Study these locations on your WWI Map for tomorrow’s quiz:
Great Britain, France, Russia, Germany, Austra-Hungary, Italy, Belgium, Ottoman Empire, Bulgaria, Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Seas, Spain
Also know the Central and Allied Powers
Have a Gas Mask for Thursday!
Attached is the Study Guide with answers for tomorrow’s test on Ch 7
Students worked on the Study Guide for our Nine Weeks Test. The test is next Wednesday 10/9. Attached are answers to the Study Guide to use in preparation.
Have Study Guide updated and bring a Monopoly board game if you have it.
Our CH 5 Test is tomorrow… here is a Study Guide with answers to review. Also, make sure your notebook is in order and complete.
Students took notes on Nativism and then began the CH 5 Study Guide
Work on the Study Guide… not due until Thursday. Test on Friday.
Students took notes on Immigrants Lives in America and then began working on the Melting Pot/Patchwork Quilt assignment. This can be completed on Monday if you were absent.
Students completed watching “An American Tail” and answered some questions comparing it to immigration in America during the early 1900s.
The only homework is to make sure ALL work in the notebook is complete and up to date. Check Table of Contents.
Students reviewed their Push/Pull Factors from Friday and then took notes on “A Growing Population.” This was glued on page 19. We completed the activity described in the notes on page 18 and labeled it “Old/New Immigrants.”
We began a new Chapter, CH 5, in our notebooks. Please check the table of contents. We began on our Family Tree as a Cover Page. This doesn’t have to be finished until Tuesday, but feel free to ask parents.
Then we worked on the CH 5 Vocabulary. Just have a definition for each word in the first column and a picture or sentence at least half of them in the 2nd.
Have notebook updated and complete Vocabulary if needed.
Students continued working on projects in groups.
All parts of the project must be ready to present Wednesday. Tomorrow IS NOT a workday though, so hopefully, it is either finished or is being completed at home.